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Singer James Maslow Debuts His Music Video “Who Knows”


James Maslow Music Video Debut Launch

As 2017 is coming to an end, James Maslow ended it with a BANG! Set to perform alongside various other musical peers, including Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato and Sam Smith, at iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball concert, Maslow kicked off the season with the release of his new music video for single “Who Knows.” The music video comes as the first music video for any single from his debut solo album “How I Like It.”

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On Friday, November 17th, Maslow celebrated the music video alongside celebrity friends at the private social venue Hills Penthouse in West Hollywood. Guests were treated to savory and delicious bites provided by Asian grill BIBIBOP, complimentary drinks and more!


On the single and video, James notes that, “’Who Knows’ tells a story that I think almost everyone can relate to—falling for someone who doesn’t reciprocate that love. Or worse, who takes advantage of it. But once you’ve been through that, hopefully you learn self-respect, no matter which side of it you’re on. So, I try and think of this experience as a learning one. . . This video is an amazing starting point for where I’m going to take both music and content as a solo artist. It’s only bigger from here.”

James Maslow is best known for starring in Nickelodeon’s internationally hit show “Big Time Rush” and for being a lead singer in the boy band of the same name. As a musician, Maslow was recently declared the winner in this year’s Macy’s iHeartRadio Rising Star competition and opened the iHeartRadio Music Festival. He is also known for competing in “Dancing with the Stars” and starring in the feature film 48 HOURS TO LIVE.



Driven by magnetic charisma, endless charm, soulful acoustic introspection, and iridescent dance floor bliss, his independent first solo album “How I Like It” represents the culmination of a decade in the spotlight and hints at even bigger things to come. The project was inspired by everything from Sam Cooke and Michael Jackson to Porter Robinson and Jon Bellion. 

To learn more about James visit his website.


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